Faculty & Staff

Lisa Poupart

Lisa Poupart

Director and Chair- First Nations Education Doctorate/ First Nations Studies
First Nations Studies
WH 410C

Lisa Poupart, Ph.D., is a member of the Lac Du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Anishinaabeg. She is an associate professor of First Nations Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, and Humanities at UW Green Bay. Dr. Poupart's work is concerned with healing First Nations generational historic trauma. She is also involved in a number of initiatives to standardize First Nations... Read more »

Dr. Carol Cornelius

Dr. Carol Cornelius

Oral Scholar/ Instructor
First Nation Studies
WH 410

Carol A. Cornelius completed her Ph.D. at Cornell University in 1992. Her major was curriculum and instruction, and minor American Indian culture and history. She taught at the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay for three years and helped build the First Nations Studies undergraduate program. Her coursework included Wisconsin Indian Nations, Oral Traditions, Contemporary Issues, Oneida... Read more »

Napos  

Napos  

Oral Scholar/ Instructor
First Nations Studies
WH 410

Napos has served as an Oral Scholar in Residence in the UWGB Education Center for First Nations Studies since it opened in 2007. He is an adjunct instructor in First Nations and teaches classes in Menominee history, culture, and world view. He is a graduate of N.A.S.E. College with an emphasis in First Nations Studies. Napos is also a member of the Menominee Nation.

Forrest Brooks

Forrest Brooks

Lecturer
First Nations Studies
410D

Forrest Brooks is a faculty member in First Nations Studies, Humanistic Studies, and the First Nations Education doctoral program. He is an enrolled member of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, with ancestral lines in both the Stockbridge Munsee Nation of Wisconsin and the Menominee Nation. Forrest is a life-long learner of Haudenosaunee original ways of thinking, being, and doing.Read more »

J P Leary

J P Leary

Associate Professor
First Nations Studies
WH 410F

Dr. J P Leary serves as an Associate Professor in First Nations Studies, History, and Humanities, as a member of the graduate faculty in the Professional Program in Education, and as a faculty affiliate with the Education Center for First Nations Studies.